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JAMES TYSON. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

JAMES TYSO"pJ. [11Y ISAAiC' IIATEYJ. .:· ?: d?PTEIR-i : In my young davys Ispooenut ea :.ii= a Mr George F'ai bai-ctfi oId; : -urr,,,boidee._vr , e r tng, tatprer-: fld I picked ip a great .deal ;'finfornmv. i ab,,ut the sqnattoctcrat c?f that fe-ioe. 'lanye of these were g ntletimen by . birth :and education such as the" ouglinan.:; ,he Laugs, the Gwynnes, :and':tefli e I,)saillys. Otheers were nwr of hii?ble ,ri-in, viz, Tyson. Ashcroft liacbeanj ,y, ..cev,.y, licketon, Barbel, Wil winus, Brennan, K nnedy,: and John ;'vers o 'l'ubbo. This. last-rmentioned?- ? hat be-n hbll,,ck Ibriver to Bohirk : tlhe. owner of 'ubbo, and Yarrbi ? Bdu rk e ? dlied, and in Yankee phrase, Pters froze-y to the widow, married her, 'nd accordinr.g i n to, current retsort, cleaned out the- oung' oke. nver sing with our super, ,. M r Ed ward Ingram, that. gentleman', sa:d John Peters is in England -t:ryig to get into society. He doCe not seen, to tako, and where he dues, it will.be.on.?I,, account of his...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BACCHUS MARSH RACING CLUB ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

BACCHUS MARSH RACING CLUB ENTRIES. The following are the entries for the above, to' be run off next Thursday : Trial Stakes of 15 sovs. 4 furlongs Stony-limbed Woodbine Bend Or Guile Yellow Boy Patience Silver Bell Walwa Guiding Star Langdale Ramrod Dib Guess Watercress Mrs • Maybrick Dunbar Playboy Cramachrea Havelock Mutable Gwendoline Hurdle Race, of 20 sovs. 1 mile and a ½. W.R.C. " Gaudy Yellow Boy Fright Artichoke Actress Emerald Grand Turk [ntaglio Spoilt Play Culloden Tom Land's End Moolgai Recou p Rosehill Handicap, of 20 sovs, About 1 mile. Pennant Wheel of Fortune Regal Chopstick Rudolph Culloden Pliought Kemble Foxtail Goldtop Balm Aquarius fiy Tliyra Enticement Tyras Havelock Leviathan Lardy Dardy Songstress - Selling Race, of 30 sovs. About 4 furlongs and a a. Tempest, £30 Stony-limbed, £10 Woodbine, £ 20 Gaudy, £50' Allurement, £30 Probity, £50 Lucius. nil Sundown. £30 31eg, £50 Lillith, £20 Partner, nil Watercress, £20 Diogenes, £40 Importance, £40 Songstress Terrifi...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN REPORTS. The Melbourne Woolbrokers' Asso ciation reports ; \Wheat.--A. decline in value has again been experienced, good milling selling at 2s 10 d per bushel. Quota tio is are :-Inferior and faulty, 2s 7hd to 2s 9d ; and good milling, at 2s 101d per bushel. Barley.-The market for all inferior descriptions remain dull, but good and prime malting still commands a-ready sale. Quotations are :-Cape, 2s to 2s 2d ; inferior to fair malting, 3s 9d to 4s 5d; and good, to 4s 9d per bushel. Oats.-The market is somewhat weaker, and prime stout are now worth 2s 3-d per bushel ; Algerians, is 7d to is lid ; and fair average feed, to 2s Id per bushel - Peas continue in fair request at 2s 4d to 2s 5d per bushel. Maize.-A fair deman]. continues at rates last quoted, viz. :--New. 2s 8d to 2s 9d ; and old white, to 2s 9d per bushel. Bran and pollard remain at 7$d and 81d per bushel respectively. Flour is unaltered, and a fair de mand exists at-Stone, £6 10s ; and...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POST-OFFICE AT THE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

THE POST-OFFICE AT THE FAIR. BY MARY KYLE DALLAS. " Those poor, dear people," said Mrs Kimberly. " We must get up a fair for them." I forget just who they were who were starving, or had been burned out, but whenever anything of the sort happened, when the uews came to Mrs Kimberly's ears, or her eyes, for, of course, she generally read of it in the newspaper, she instantly got up a fair. This time they were to have a new idea-registration. Every guest was to register as he or she entered, five cents for the privilege. Why was it a privi lege ? they asked themselves, but they registered all the same, and the ad dresses were handed over to the girls in the post-office, who put them on the backs of envelopes ; while others wrote letters of all sorts to place within. Of course, anyone cou'd drop a letter in the office who chose, and then people would come and ask, " Is there a letter for me ?" There always was, thanks to that combination between the girls who regis tered and the post-of...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

THE LADIES' COLUMN The Jsa Coat is a useful and elegant coat made in light dove cloth, of which four yards will be requisite for making. Thb coat is made with a V-shaped open necl. bordered with notched revers, terminating at the back in a turned-down- collar. The, front fastens-with a -single- button acros? the bust, and the sleeves are cut very wid-. on the shoulders, and narrower from the elbow to the wrist. The Vivian Toilet is an elegant costume? made in figured delaine, and trimmed with silk and velvet. The skirt is made to the ordinary bell shape, and trimmed with seven rows of ribbon velvet about an inch wide. The pointed bodice is draped fron and 'back off a long V of the silk. The, collar and triple puffs forming the upper portion of the sleeves is also of the silk. Nine or ten yards of delaine, with three and a-half of silk, will be used for making. The Violet Corsage is an elegant fancy corsage made .of accordion pleated sill, crepon of a pale art-blue colour. The centre...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURRENT SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

CURRENT SCIENCE. ,During sea voyagesa4ll dogs lose their "tgame nose." A depth of 2,409 fathoms has been lately found in the Mediterranean, the greatest yet known in the sea. A meteorological station has been estab lished at Siberia; Palestine, a place 682 feet below the level of the Mediterranean The kudzu ,is probably the most- rapid growing plant in the world. It belongs to the bean family, and will easily grow sixty feet tall in three months. Sir John Lubbock, who once kept a queen bieen for fifteen years, declares that a test goved that the eggs were as fertile at that age es they were twelve years before. .TI greatest depth under water ever rtacbed by a diver is believed to have been fttai.ed -bv Captain John Christiansen, who went down 196 feet below the surface t Elliott Bay, Wash:~.,recently. ' He re m ined at <that depth in : his armour :for twen;y minutes, without inco1uenience.: Th old, old -story before marriage has three worda in it: "I love you." The old, o...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 2 September 1893

NEWS AND NOTES "The election of President of the Bulls Shire Council will be considered at the next ordinary meeting, which takes place on Thursday, 21st inst. The organising committee to the Fancy Dress Football Match, have thought it judicious to postpone the match which was on the boards for Saturday next on account of the Gis- borne Football Club intending to visit Sunbury on that day. The committee wishing to give the members of both local clubs an opportunity of partaking in this match have fixed Saturday week, the 16th inst., for the event. A singular occurrence (writes our Lancefield correspondent) took place at Mount William, a few miles from Lancefield, one evening last week. The evening was fine, though some claps of thunder were to be heard. Suddenly at 9 o'clock a huge mass of water fell close beside a house near the summit of the mount. For about an acre in extent the ground was torn up to a consider able depth, the torrent of water rushing down the side of the mount, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW HE GOT EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

HOW HE GOT EVEN. Apropos of the visit of the Duke of Veragua. the lineal descendant of Christo pher Columbus, to Chicago. the following incident is amusing :- A dark, handsome gentleman, with side whiskers and a foreign air, stepped into the telegraph office on the Columbian Fair grounds and asked courteousl7 : "Is this the office of the telegraph, senor ?" " It ain't anything else," carelessly replied the operator, one of thone choice essences of Chicago whose only perfume is crudity. "I would send a telegram," said the stranger, quietly. " Woeult you ;" drawled the operator "Well, why don't you send it ?" The visitor's heavy eyebrows raised, but he said qu:etly: " lHow many of the words have 1 permit to send for twenty-five of the cents 2" " Ten," snapped the operator, shortly. " Only so few as ten ?" asked the stanger. "They give twelve to twenty abroad, senor " Ten words for a quarter, or she don't go," snarled the onprator. " How much do you want for twenty-fire cents ?" The st...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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PETE'S TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

PETE'S TACTICS. A correspondent of a Western paper gives the following description of his intelligent mule, Pete. The animal was a large iron grey pack mule, bought to transport luggage across the Sierra Nevada. On tbe second day in the mountains the correspondent tethered Pete to a tree, allowing him about 20 feet range where there was a good feed, and then took a seat on a fallen tree not far removed. to eat his own lunch. "I had finished eating, and was half dozing where I sat, when suddenly the mule reared and snorted loudly. I sprang to my feet and looked about. Not ten feet off stood a huge grizzly bear, evidently with designs on my person. I rushed for the nearest tree, and made good time in climbing it. I was safe for the nonce, but, alas, poor Pete I How could the tethered mule defend him self ? "To my surprise, he dropped his head after a moment, and resumed feeding as if oblivious of the grizzly's proximity. As for the bear, he stood still for several minutes, his eyes wa...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RIDDELL'S CREEK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

BRIDDELL'S CREEK. [FROM OUR OWN CORRRSPONDENT.] Thursday. 'The trout fishing season has coin menced here again. They areveryplenti fMhlatpresent, but not very large. I hear of one neighling 1 bs being taken two days ago, that being an exceptional. (rile. An old and respocte l resident of. Gisborne, Mr II. 11. Dixon, auctioneer, has passed away-. HIe died on Tuesday last and was ibried on \Vednesda3, after a short illness. The funeral cortege was a long and imposing one; there being 22 vehicle=, 10i horsemen, with about 100 persons on foot, who followed the remains to .thie grave in the Gis borne cemetery, where the burial service was read by the Pre.byteran;clergymvan, the -1tev J M'eek,. in' an impressive manner. There were a large numb.er of floral tributes from the relatives and itre~ids. The Meohanics' c.,mnittee held ,their ordinary montlly meeting on Saturday last when the" correspondence for the month was read and discussed, business of a. formal character gone through, and s...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

RAILWAY TIME TRABLE. BENI)IGO TO 3IEI. OUfiI.R. I t * !(n'lwro ;.10 1ii 2 1 i5 7.214 Gold i ~qure~ ~ 1 :~12.3 :.1 8; 7.2.1 1Kan1;raroo jI~ ail .(;.1711 2. 322 Ratt'~ll~wood °i 11i12.26R 1Ii`court .r 5(1 -C124( I:. Cd tle.e l de)' .. . 12 11 ,1 Oext crton ... 4 .11 .4 -1- ).2 8 , Elith;znstlne .. 72i' .93 ¶ Tr1 I. ..34.5 125 141 4S.7 Mala iry ...174W1' L-.- #.32 8.57 Rtedesdlo Jun . . t ¶ Iirnetren arr. ... i i.5i 1..51 :i.8 93.12. Sdep. 31.1 8.151 2.6. a.23, 9.23q u.iu'srnhe I(;.2 ... 2.13'8.3Th StOIdehfll X7.0 5:3B)I 2.22 5.;39' 9.42 MuItlcedon .74 81.40 '.1 5.5)i0 Gtssbt~ine T2..1.155'97 Itidch'lI' CretJ.(1736 .. 2.53 6. [ancefi old .JunIII1 :i.5 ... 3 A.1 7 t bwihury 1~. 1('9.1(:1 31 8 (1.32110.3I& D)igoer's .Rest El1 ¶ Svdenhiun ¶ ¶ St I&Ibns j .gr.-t o . . 3.4(` L5& l0.iS Brhi rok' .Iull-··i a :. Fnot .cray\V'" 35 ¶ ¶ MLiddleF'trcracl i I¶ N Mlelbouirne, 9. 9'.40 - 4.4 71. 1: 11.1 !j Stops' when iequeitcl." ti} IEL.BOUI:\F TOi -BE\DI.O a.. pm r m. pm . p...

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THE ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

THE ANSWER. .-------~-- . < A wistful pair of brown eyes looked r out into the February twilight, as if they would find an answer to their long ing in the grey shadows outside. Edith Allerton was a little woman Back in her past some one had liked to a call her so, but she didn't like it, and I that settled the matter. The small < mouth and the chin told the story. Her friends mourned over the little white I hands, that seemed so inefficient to fight i life's battle, until they looked at that t mouth and chin. Then somehow the doubt went out of their thoughts. Usually she was the gayest of the gay. She seemed created to be a happy shielded girl, but, in fact, she had battled alone with the world since she was seven teeii. Her friends said she was so happy, so very practical, that she lacked sentiment. and whispered that she flirted. This was as true an estimate as we usually have of our friends. They couldn't account for Miss Aller ton's sad mouth and eyes when ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

FOOT BA LL, A football match will be played on. the local ground to-day between a teamn from Gisborne and the Sunbury Senior" team. The game should prove a bit ex citing, as both teams, are pretty evenly matched,, . A meeting of members to the. Sunburv Junior Football 'Club wais: held on Thursday evening. There,. were present :-Mr James Gilchrist,? president, (in the chair). and Messrs:2 D. Asker, II. Clayton, A. Clayton, J. Foster, W. Eadie, members of thef coilmni?tee, A. F. Boardman, hon seo-" retary and treasurer, and a fair attend-s Anc, of nmembers. It was decided, aft er a deal of deliberation, to journey toa Malrern to contest the return ma -. ,, with the St George Football Club' on: the 30th inst., the team to .:iioceed, by," train. A member threw out a sugges-:-: tion that all the members who possiblT: could, should app-ear in costume at th; fancr dress football match to be playe next Saturday, as this would assisit greatly to augment the funds of t00 club. un,ýý 4

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE RUN ON THE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

THE °RUN ON THE BANK. There was a run on the Sandhill and District Bank. It had lasted the whole of one day, and had shown no signs of I abating in the evening. If it lasted an- c other dayroIld 'Mr Bradshaw wiped his a brow. It was no use talking to his son 1 Dick, for he took no interest in business, I and had spent the day in a boat with the Flirtington girls.; still Mr Brad shaw was bound to talk to some one. " We shall have to put the shutters up. One day's grace would save us, I believe ; we could get the money then. But if they're at us again to-morrow ? morning, we can't last two hours." Dick sympathised, but had nothing to suggest, exocpt that it:would not make matters worse if he carried out .his engagement to go to the circus with the Flirtington girls. "Oh, go to Hongkong with the Flirtington girls," groaned Mr Brad shaw. So Dick went-to the circus (the other expedition, as he observed, would keep), and enjoyed the performance very much, especially the lion-taming, which...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

u sI iNDIGESTION, BIOU STOENIEEPB S I OS aJlJl~'. jVQ j - HADWOREA a AND G5PIATST ALE.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

RECREATION. Mere walking exercise, although it is invaluable, hardly fulfils the idea of perfect recreation. Sir James Paget says, " good active recreations," ought to include "uncertainties," wonders, and opportunities, for the exercise of skill is something different from the regular work." The present writeris always longing for cricket-in the sunmmer, and football and hockey in the winter and spring. But he 1 cannot find a man anywhere above forty years of age who ivill agree wih , himn Why should the literary man, the doctor, and the stockbroker or merchant not play cricket after 45 ? What is to become of his dinner hour, is it a ked ? If a better luncheon were ttaken at tvmid-day, and a lighter dinner at 6 .in the evenin~g, there is no reason wliatever why a man of 45, andl up to I 65:i: or 70, sould not .be in the fial. I? at half-past 7 and play briskly uintil :9 or half-past. An hour and a Hilf at-cricket after a light dinner would make middle-aged men so young. that they w...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE:'? MA? RKETS. GuAI REPORTS-. The fWelbnurne Woolbrokers Asso Mciati;n report' ?: WXVhcat:-"-. decline in .value hlia -aain ,been experieced, .god milling selling at: 2s I o. d per bushel. Quota tio is are :-Inferior and faulty, 2s 7~dt to 2s 9d ;I uad good milling, at 2s 10 d per bushel. Barley.--The market °fior mall iniferior: descriptinsia remain duill; but good` and prime -manling still commands a ready sale. Quotations are :-Cape, 2s to 2s 22d ; inferior to: Fair malting, 8s 9d to 4s 5d ; and go'd, to 4s 9d per bushel. Oats.-The miarket is, .somewhat weake,. and prime sujiit are :nho i worth 2s 3~d per bushel ; Algerians, is 7d to Is lid ; and fair average feed, to 2s Id per bushel. Peas continue in fair request at 2s 4d to 2s 5d per. bushel: . :' Maize.--A fair demand' continues at rates last quoted, viz. :-New, 2s Sd to .2s 9d ; and old white,ý to. 2s gid per bushel. Bran and pollard remain at 7-4 anid 8jd per biishel:-?1spetively,?' Flour is unaltered, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS, (BY RED COAT). Another delightful day's hunting was had with the Oaklands Eloun's pack on Tuesday. It being some timune since a meet was held at the kennels of the club, that place was fixed upon as the trysting place, and judging by the large number who put in an appearance, it must be regarded as a favourite locality. The company having inspected all the occupants, the master led the way north, where in what is known as the Thistle paddock on the Dunhelen estate a flue hare rose and went straight north into Dunalister. Thence it turned south, and going through Messrs Carrol's, Daniel's, and Noonan's properties, it made good its escape in the thick scrub. A fresh cast and another hare was soon afoot, going due north thrugh Messrs Dean's and Wood's paddocks, across Greene's-lane into Woodlands, where in trying to escape along the creek it was run into and killed. After allowing breathing time, another start was made, when a fine hare started off, leading the fie...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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OIL FUEL ON LOCOMOTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

OIL FUEL ON LOCODMOTIVES. Portable engines fitted to burn liquid fuel are now regularly made in England and would probably prove a profitable machine in those parts of the country where such fuel is cheaper than coal. The system used in England is known as the Holden and is the same as that used on some of the locomotives of the South eastern Railway. It has the advantage of using petroleum, tar refuse or coal equally well, the fuel being selected as the engineer may consider most profitable. A czst iron bafle plate is used in the fire-box to pre vent the direct impact of the flame on the tube plate of the boiler. The grate when used with oil is covered with lumps of broken firebrick and limestones, small quantities of coal being introduced at in tervals also. Very little smote and no sparks aes said to be produced when liquid fuel is thus burned, and the fireman only has to see that the injector is in order, which automatically feeds the oil or tar ?ito the firebox.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Life and Death. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 September 1893

Life and Death. Two snowfake, born of winter's storm, Fell through the air Two downy flakes of star-like form Beyond compare. One rested on the sun-kissed ground, And thawing, died; While one a shelteredice-drift found, And death defied. Two human sowns, by God's decree, Were sent to earth; Each with a different destiny SWas given birth. One struggled 'gainst an evil fate, Nor long survived; The other, born of happier state, Grew strong and thrived. Oh, who can solve the hidden sense Of God's design 2 We trust in His omnipotence And love divine. Not length of years, but deeds sublime, Cau call us blest; lie longest lives. who in his time Haslived the best.

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